I watched a couple tutorials, I can't see anything I'm doing wrong. But I am trying to convert a .mov file to an MPG-4 file. The video is selected in the window, I hit the convert button use the mpeg-4 player preset. It looks like everything is running nicely then the file size says zero bytes, and won't open. This seems to be the same with any of the presets I choose.
Has anyone received any answers to this issue? I have the same issue. I even get the message 3/4 way through when burning to an ISO - no dvd drive used.
Looks like they haven't bothered to test with Mohave.... at all.
VideoWave crashes instantly whenever I start encoding a production. I initially used AVCHD encoders, but when VideoWave started crashing I expanded my selection to other HD encoders. Unfortunately all of them crashed within seconds after starting the export process. I then tried 720p resolutions, with no better success. The only encoder that works is the Roxio MPEG-2 1080p package. I am extremely frustrated because I wasted the past three days trying to solve this issue. I used VideoWave since it was part of the Adaptec software suite, but I am getting ready to switch to a new suite that would also enable 4K exports.
You aren't reading my instructions very well!
DON"T MAKE 'WHAT YOU HEAR' THE DEFAULT DEVICE.
Reboot after making changes and try Roxio after the reboot.
Are your disabled and disconnected devices showing like mine?
Yes I do have a mic plug in and I have used it in the pass to record with no problem.
In addition it also show what U hear in the recording tab. As I mentioned before I have selected it as preferred device to no avail.
Thanks for your response. I have the Blu-Ray plugin and a Blu-Ray writer. I believe I have found the solution to my problem. I had upgraded from NXT 5 to NXT 7 because of so many problems with creating projects with NXT 5. In the instructions provided to me by the Roxio Technician for installing NXT 7 they had me do a uninstall of NXT 5, delete and rename files and folders and then create a new User account with Administrative authority and do the install of NXT 7 using this new User Account. My problems happened because when I signed onto my computer I was using my normal User account not the one created to install NXT 7. I was able to use video wave to create the files for the titles in the project but when I used MYDVD to create and burn the project I received the burnerstate errors. In my recent testing I have signed on to the new User Account created for the install of NXT 7, created a simple project with MYDVD and burned as a AVCHD project and another as a Blu-Ray project. Things seem to be working at this point but haven't created and burned a more robust yet.
AVCHD is a Blu-Ray format, isn't it? I think that if you tried to write that output to DVD you would get a "WritingFormat Failure".
It could be that you'll need the Blu-Ray plugin for NXT 7 (can be purchased here) and a Blu-Ray writer to put your AVCHD to disc.
There is audio in the MPG that VideoWave produces. There is audio in the preview of the DVD in MyDVD -- both menus and programs. It's in the DVD (or ISO) produced by MyDVD that the audio disappears.
And, yes, I did burn DVDs to test this because there's audio at every stage up to the actual creation of the actual DVD. (Though DVD-RW save me from wasting media.)
My Canon PowerShot A1200 .mov files have no audio in videowave either and I run them through 'Any Video Converter' freeware to fix them.
I load the .mov into 'Any Video Converter' choose DVD Video NTSC Movie and convert, now I have audio in videowave.
I agree you should have audio "in the menus"..
You don't have to burn and waste a DVD just output, export as, to a video file to your PC and test for audio.